Kayetzet 2019 is Habonim Dror Perth's summer camp for Years 3-8! 

Habo camps are a safe, open and inclusive environment where chanichim (participants) have the opportunity to learn about Judaism, Zionism, world issues and more while meeting Jews from all over the community! 

Filled with educational content and fun & engaging activities, Kayetzet 2019 will be an unforgettable experience that you won't want to miss!

Kayetzet is vegetarian, nut free & kosher!

If you have any questions or concerns regarding choref, please contact Ella (tzevet machane)

m: 0420877633

e: perthcamp@hdoz.com



Kayetzet 2019 will run from the: 

22nd - 26th of December for years 3-8 

22nd of December for Year 2 Day!


Drop off:

 8:30am on the 22nd

Pick up:

7:30pm on the 22nd for year 2's

2:30pm on the 26th for years 3-8

Pick up and drop off is at the Jewish Centre: 61 Woodrow Ave, Yokine


If you would like to arrange an alternative drop off or pick up, please contact Ella on 0420 877 633



Camp Prices 

No child should miss out on Habo camp due to finances.

If you require a subsidy or payment plan, or have any financial concerns, please contact our Gizbar (treasurer) Gilad on: 

m: 0403 615 127


e: perthgizbar@hdoz.com

If you are unsure if you are a 2019 Habo member, please feel free to contact Gilad.


Sign up here to become a member of Habonim Dror Perth!



On Kayetzet, we have an exciting opportunity for year 2's to come to camp for a day and have their first Habo camp experience! This is a great way for year 2 kids to get a taste of what a day on camp looks like, so that once they get to year 3, they know exactly what to expect! Year 2 day is a great opportunity for our chanichim to start meeting other Jewish kids from all across the community!


Year 2 day is on the 22nd of December. For any questions, please feel free to contact Ella on 0420877633.


The cost of year 2 day is $60. If you have any questions regarding cost, please contact our treasurer Gilad on 0403615127 or at perthgizbar@hdoz.com

Sign up for Year 2 Day below!



Please note that all chanichim require a signed indemnity form in order to attend Kayetzet.


 Download the indemnity form below, print it, and sign. 

If you are unsure whether you already have an up-to-date indemnity form, please contact Tzevet Machane. 





Definitely do bring:

  • Sleeping bag

  • Pillow 

  • T-shirts for 4 days 

  • Shorts for 4 days

  • Pyjamas

  • Underwear and Socks for 4 days

  • Warm clothes for night-time (jumper, tracksuit pants etc.)

  • Hat (compulsory at all times when outside)

  • Closed shoes for walking (compulsory) 

  • Bathers

  • Flip flops for the showers/lake

  • Regular comfortable shoes 

  • Water Bottle

  • Torch 

  • 2 towels (1 for shower, 1 for swimming)

  • Toiletries (including sunscreen)

  • Medication (to be given to medic)

  • Optional - Chultzah (Habo shirt) 

Definitely do not bring:​​

  • Expensive items

  • Any food with nuts

  • Meat (including fish and gelatin)


Please note: In order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all chanichim on camp, Habonim Dror will confiscate the following items if found. If a chanich is found in possession of one of these items, we will contact parents to organise travel arrangements for them to be sent home. No reimbursement will be provided.

  • Alcohol

  • Drugs

  • Cigarettes

  • Other Illicit substances

  • Explosives

  • Any kind of weapon, including pocket knives



For any general enquiries about kayetzet, please contact our tzevet machane (head of camp) Ella

m: 0420877633

e: perthcamp@hdoz.com

For any financial enquiries about kayetzet, please contact our gizbar (treasurer) Gilad

m: 0403615127

e: perthgizbar@hdoz.com




Habonim Dror Australia is an affiliate of the AZYC which abides by accredited Safeguarding Children Policies

Please click below to view the AZYC Safeguarding Children Policy

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